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AGATHA NORTON, wtw^aw 

MENOMONIE 



JOHN S. HUB, e^"«»M4 M 3er 

WISCONSIN 




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In the publication ol this 1939 TOWER 
we have not followed a thorn© or a motif. Instead wo have tried 
moroly to picture our college, The Stout Institute, as wo havo known it. 






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F '39 — 



Havo you a vision of 1 949? Will you havo rocchod iho plnnaclo of your 
ambitions In 1959? In '69 will you bo salisfiod wilh tho position you hold, with 
:ho work you havo dono? That's worth thinking about now. 

Iho porploxities and perils of a troubled world face you. Unrost and dis- 
satisfaction are ancior.t phenomena ol human societies; but at no time in the 
history of civilization have they been so universal. This is due to a largo num- 
ber and variety of factors: but basically It Is because wo live in an accelerated 
industrial ago brought about by tho dazzling speed of scientific advancement. 

You. most of you, havo lived short of a quarter of a century— a small dot 
on tho timo-lino of human history. And yot in that brief span of years you 
havo soon, mlrabilo dictu. tho well nigh universal use of tho tolophono, tho 
telegraph, tho motor car, and the marvelous dovolopment of olectric Illumina- 
tion. You havo soon tho actual Introduction of tho motion picturo— sound, tech- 
nicolor, third dimonston— tho radio, tho airplano, streamlined trains and shlp3. 
Tolovision and microphotography aro oxporimontally successful. 

In thi3 now, more compact world, wisdom and personal Integrity are 
needod as nevor before. Confusion and fear challenge tho very foundations 
of liberalism, fundamental to a few people. If. in this crisis, we may not safely 
trust our teachers to load the way to sanity and safety, tho development of a 
century must go for naught. 

Lot not tho uncertainties, those unsolved problems, dismay you. Dispel 
Soar, cultivato courage, stand by a stoady purpose to servo in this battlo of 
divergent philooophios. and do no loss than your full part In making your own 
nation as much Amorica as ovor, guaranteeing "lifo. liberty and tho pursuit 
of happinoss" to your children and tholr children throughout tho years. This Is 
your Alma Mater's challongo. 






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EREDA M BACHM V. 
Biological Sd»nc« 



WILLIAM H BAKER 

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HiNALDO BOMACCI 
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IOHH M BROPHY 
Prti in 



ARTHUR G BROWH 
Education 



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GERTRUDE L CALLAHAN 

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LILLIAN CARSO?: 
Betcivd Aiti 



HAROU) R COOKE 



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CRUISE 

itrtdon 



I-RED L CURRAH 
rial Education 



JOHN M DAWLEY 
So lal Seton ( 





HELEN DBULE 
Rclaiwd A;t 



Llirrqiian 



MAHHT I. 
Eltciricity 






DORIS M HALE 
Biological 5d«nc« 



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ALICE SHCRTY 
HOUSTON 
Dvvctos ol Hunery 
School 



FRANK L HUNTLEY 





ALMON B. IVES 

Public Spaakina 



ULUAM JETER 
CIcih.n? and" R«lal«d 





DOROTHY fOHNSON 
Horn* Economics 

Educiticr. 



PAY C. JOHNSON 
Physical Education 





FLOYD L KEITH 

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RAY F. KRANZUSCH 
Auto Mechanic* 



MABEL H. LEEDOM 
Chorals try 



MARY M. McCALMONT 

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HAROLD C. MILNES 
Machine Shop 



PAULC NELSON 
Woodwork and 
Carpentry 





GERTRUDE M. O'BRIEN 
Registrar 



FLORENCE PIERCE 

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Public Speaking 



HENRIETTE QUILLING CQRYDON L. RICH 

Horn- Economic" i EDGAR RAY Mathunalics and MABEL C ROGERS 

Education Architectural Drawing Science roodl 





BOYD C. SHAFER 
Social Sci«nc« 



LAB AK C. SMITH 
Psychology 



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Mana-j' 



FRANK E. TUSTISON 
Moihoraaiic*. Sct«i« 



HAZEL VAK NESS 

Clothing 




LETITIA L WALSH 
Home Economic* 
Education 



MARIE WALTERS 
Horn© Economics 
Education 




ROBERT L WELCH 
Vocailonal Education 



RAY WIGEN 

WoodwotUng 




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STAFF 



BRUCE R A:: " 
Assistant Librarian 



MYRTLE STRAND 
Ar.sliHar.t Lil I 




BRYARD M. PUNK 
Business Manager 



MRS GRACE M. DOW 
Director ol Halls and 
Housing 




DR 1ULIUS BLOM 
Coltego Physician 



MRS MARION GOODRICH 
College Murte 



MARGARET E. SANTEE 
Eie-ni!ive Secretary 



LARMON PRICE MINNIE BECKER AGNES WINSTON WALTER ROEHR 

Stenographer Stonographor Stenographer Chi«l Engineer 



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t EDNA ALLEN 


EMMA ANDERSON 


EARL BECKMAH 


GERALD BASSLER 


Gr««n Bay. 


Monosioni«. 


Amigo. Wisconsin 


Brooklyn, 


Wisconsin 


Wisconsin 




New York 




LOUISE BENNETT 
Chippewa Falls. 
Wisconsin 



DOROTHY BERGMAN 
Baldwin, Wisconsin 



FREDERICK BLAIR 
Monomonle, Wisconsin 



MARCIA BUNK 
Milan, Wisconsin 



ELAINE BOURGEOIS 
Two Rivers, Wisconsin 



PALMER BREKKE 
Monomonio. Wiiconsin 



DEAN BROWN 
Monogenic. Wiicar.sin 



PAUL BROWN. 
Alexandria. Minnesota 



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GEORGE CHAMBERLIN 
Monomonlo, Wisconsin 



WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN 
Nconah. Wisconsin 



MAXItlE CLARK 
Manomonle. Wlnconnin 



ELMER CLAUSEN 
Kenosha. Wisconsin 



HOWARD DAHER 
Columbus. Wisconsin 



HELEN DAWSON 
Cuba City. Wisconsin 



PHYLLIS DoBOER 
Baldwin, Wisconsin 



MARGARET 
ENGELDINGER 
Durond. Wisconsin 




IRWIN ENU OWIN FAHLING 

Mqnomoni*. WUcowin Cowrillo. Wisconsin 



RUTH FAKDKG KAREN FOSDAL 

Ceasrtll*, Wisconsin Sloughlon. Wisconsin 




MARGARET GIBSON RALPH GOODWIN & A 5SA*Ku %} ElM !i, HAAYA 

M-noraoni*. WtocoMto Burlington. WiKcnain aJ££^SlU. "' WucoMln 




STANLEY HAGEN 
Nashwauk. Minnesota 



WILLIAM HANSEN 
Suring. Wisconsin 



GENEVIEVE HANSON 
Amhersl, Wisconsin 



FHAKCES HARTUNG 
Atkanjaw. Wisconsin 



GRACE JENS 
Manitowoc. Wisconsin 



OLIVER IOHNSEN 
Superior. Wisconsin 



WALLACE JOHNSON 
Mcnontonln. Wisconsin 



LUCILLE IOSHUA 
Knapp. Wisconsin 



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DONALD KEES 
Diirand. Wisconsin 



HAROLD KEES 
Duiand. Wuconrin 



CATHEWKE KIRK 
Menomonio. Wisconsin 



HAROLD KRAFT 
Monorr.onlo, Wuconaln 



CLARENCE KRAUSE 
La Cio*m>. Wu:on Jin 



KATHRYN KRAUSE 
B*:!ir>. WUeondn 



EDWARD KRIZ 

Mtlwaukao. WUc-r.sin 



RUTH LAATSCH 
Milwaukee. Wisconsin 








ARDIH LARSON 

Maditon. 

Wisconsin 



CHLOE LARSON 
Toy lot. 
Wisconsin 



OLIVER LUEY 
laU Mills. 
W»»co.i*:n 



HAROLD McCLUNG 
M^noTsonl*. 
Wisconsin 





sen Mcdonald 

Mtnoraonio, 
Wisconsin 



MARY HELEN 

McGUINNESS 

Menomonio. 

Wisconsin 



ROBERT McLEOD 

Mono:nonto. 

Wijconsin 



MARLYS MEDTLIE 

Menotnonio. 

Wisconsin 




NICK MILINOVICH 
Carson Lako. Minnesota 



DONALD MILLER 
Monomonio. Wisconsin 



JEAN MILLER 
Cumberland, Wisconsin 



BERT MIZUHA 
Wailuku. Maut, Hawaii 



|EAN MORGAN 
Whilowator, Wisconsin 



ROWLAND MORRI- 
SON 
Madison, Wisconsin 



ALBERT MUELLER 
Now Glarus. Wisconsin 



MARGARET NICHOLS 
Whitehall, Wisconsin 



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GARNETT NOBIENSKY 
Janonvillo. Wisconsin 



AGATHA HORTOH 
DoP«r». Wisconsin 



LEO ODEGARD 
Tomahawk. Wisconsin 



WILLIAM ODELL 
Eur oka. Wisconsin 



INEZ OLSEN 
Elcho. Wisconsin 



R03ERT OLSON 
Chippewa Falls. 
Wbconsin 



DOROTHY OOSTERHOUS 
Applet on. Wisconsin 



CHESTER ORVOLD 
Madison, Wisconsin 




DELMAR OWENS 
Knapp 
Wisconsin 



KENNETH PEDERSON AUDREY PETERSEN MARIAN PETERSON 

Sup«rioi. Wtbstw, Weyauw«oa. 



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ADRIAN POLLOCK 
Kenosha, 
Wisconsin 



BETTY PRIBNOW 
Perk Falls. 
WtKOI I 



HELEN PRIBKOW 
Park ral!.i. 
Witcondn 



MARY ROWE 
QUILLING 

Menomonie. 

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LESTER REYNOLDS 
Blwablk. Minnesota 



ROBERT RITTER 
Kenosha, Wisconsin 



IOHN ROANG 
Stoughion. Wisconsin 



WILLIS ROCKWELL 

Y.i-,'. :. '.Vi-corv-:n 



CATHERINE ROETHE 
Fonnlinoro. Wisconsin 



ROBERT RUMSEY 
Milwaukee. Wisconsin 



LAWRENCE SCHAUDE 
Oshkoah. Wisconsin 



LOIS SCHRE1N 
Chippowa, Falls, 
Wisconsin 



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DOROTHY SCHULTZ 
Sheboygan. Wisconsin 



SIDNEY SCOVILLE 
Konoiha. Wisconsin 



HELEN SEDIVY 
Phillips. Wisconsin 



LORRAINE SELL 
Gllddon. Wisconsin 



SISTER MARY VITEPBI A 
Milwaukee. Wisconsin 



SISTER MARY DORIS 
La Creese, Wisconsin 



IEANETTE SLAMEN 

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HELEN SMITH 
Menomonio. 
Wi-.condn 








STANLEY SORENSEN FREDDIE STARCK CARL W. STUKEY LORRAINE SWANSON 



Konosha, AuguMa 



(frMtftdJ Waihbura. 



Wisconsin Wisconsin Mar.- Wisconsin 





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MARGARET TREWEEK 

Phin«Ior.der. 

V/Ucon»tn 






MARIAN TURNER 
Phillip*. 
Wisconsin 




DORIS TUTUE 
L»na, Wisconsin 



WILLIAM voss 

Mountain Iron. 

Minnesota 




ELIZABETH WATSON' MARGARET WATSOH 

App!«ton. WMconsin Manitowoc. Wisconsin 

MARGARET WEBER MARTHA WEIGLER 

Durand. Wisconsin Monaiiha, WUconsin 



Aim WErrTENHIUER KEIIO WESSMAN 

ArgyUWuccr.^n Superior. Wisconsin 



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MARIORIE BARD 
Aniigo. Wi*conain 



CHARLES BARN'OSKE 
0:iawq. Illinois 



ARLAND BARTELT 



LILLIAN BAXTER 
Mpnor.onio. Wwcoiwin 



ELEASOR BECKER 
Lo Center. Minncowi 



ELIZABETH BENSON 
0*hi©»h. WUconain 





GEORGE ALT 
Mcr.omonto. WUconiln 



lopra!::e amundson 

Bobcock Wisconsin 



WILFRED ANDERSON 
Morion: on to, Wisconsin 



PAUL BAILEY 
M«nomonifl.Wl icon * I n 




ROLF BERG 

Colfax. 

Wisconsin 


MARY BLAIR BETTY BLOCK CLEMENT BOGAARD 
Weyauwogo. WoodniH, Aire* : -i. 
Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin 


EVERETT BOLD'JC 

PMraon. 

Wisconsin 


VIVIAN BOW 

Monoraonlo, 
Wisconsin 


JAMES BREITZMAN KATHERINE BREWIN WILMA BUNGE 
Manotr.onlv. lelterson. Caltdonia. 
Wisconsin Wisconsin Minne«oia 


MABEL CARLSON 

Superior 

Wisconsin 



VIRGINIA CARROIX IANE CHENOWETH HOWARD CONFER ELIZABETH DOERFLER CECILIA DOMKE 

Superior Hixion. Monomonio. Kraborly. 

WiscoPiin WUconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin 



WtaCQO^D 



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ROSE FOLK 
Aniiao. Wisconsin 



RUTH GOERES 
Lodi. Wisconsin 



MARGUERITE GOVIN 
Mw.omcnl". Wisconsin 



GRACIA GREEN 
M«nonsoni«. Wisconsin 



ROGER HABERMAN 
Ellsworth. Wisconsin 



DONALD HANSEN 
MonoRonifl, Wisconsin 





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",:■ ;. : reyeh 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



LORRAINE DEUSCHER 
Bi rn am wood. 

Wisconsin 



JOYCE ELLINGSON 
Ha -■ Uns. Wisconsin 



IOHN FINNEY 
Menomonio. Wisconsin 




GERALD HAWKINSON MERVIN HAWORTH JANE HEISER HELEN HILL JEAN HILL 

Menomonie, Menomonie. P!at!e»ill«. RapidCity. Danbury. 

Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin South Dakota Wisconsin 



WILUAM HINTZMAN 

Menomonie. 

Wisconsin 



RAY HOLL1STEH 

Delavan. 

Wisconsin 



CLAUDE HOWARD 

Stanley. 

Wisconsin 



MARJORIE JACKSON MERTOH IESSEL 

■!.:;-. Elk Mound. 

VftMcauda Wisconsin 



JANET IOHNSOH 

Sidney. 

Montana 



OPVIS JOHNSON 
Rice Lake 
Wisconsin 



GWENDOLYN JONES ZELLA JOOS 
Barron. Alma Center. 

Wisconsin Wisconsin 



Wisconsin 



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MARY JANE KUENZI 
Wqtqrtown, Wiseomln 



MAHY ANN LACKNEH 
Menomonio. Wlicomin 



DARfiEL LLMKE 
Rib Lake. WUcoiuin 



VIOLA LUEBKE 
Watcrtown, Wisconsin 



PAUL LUOMA 
Aurora. Minnesota 



DONALD MacGREGOl 
Park Falli. Wisconsin 





BERNETTA KAHABKA 
Plum Ciiy. Wisconsin 



RAY KATEKARU 
Koahua Maul, Hawaii 



LOUISE KIRK 
Monomonlo, Wisconsin 



ALICE KRUEGER 
Kaukauna. Wisconsin 



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1AMES McGILVRAY 
Chippewa. Falls. 
WlMea • 



HENRY MITZNER 

Watoilovrn, 

Wisconsin 



SYLVIA MICHAELS LAWRENCE MICHEL- 
Alma. BOOK 

Wisconsin Monomonte, 

V-'i. -.-.■::; l:i 



ElEAKORE MORRIS JEAN NAUL1N 
Washburn. Elm Giovo. 

Wisconsin Wisconsin 



LLOYD MILLER 
Monoraonio. 
Wisconsin 



BETTY MILN'ES 
aoaio. 
Wisconsin 



REBECCA NOGLE 

Mondori. 

Wisconsin 



PATRICIA NORTH 
Eau Clair*. 
WiKCItitn 



HARLYN OLSON ISABEL OMEARA JEAN ORLADY 

Slovens Point. Wost Do Poto. Monomonle, 

Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin 



ARTHUR OTTESON VERA OWEN 
Stoughion. Elk Mound. 

Wisconsin Wisconsin 



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WILLIAM REDGREN 
Monononie. Wisconsin 



SHIRLEY REESE 
Menwionitf, Wisconsin 



HORTENSE RICHARDSON 
Millon function. Wisconsin 



CHARLOTTE ROACH 
Coifax. Wisconsin 



NORMAN" RUNNING 
Monomonie. Wisconsin 



DOROTHY SCOTHORN 
Spring Volley. 
Mlnr.trsflia 





PAUL PAGEL 
Danbuiy. Wisconsin 



MARIAN PARKER 
Fat:mont, Minnesota 



BETTY OUiaiMG 
Monoinonio, Wisconsin 



VIRGINIA RAY 
Monomonlo, Wisconsin 




JOYCE SCOTT 

Mcnoinonie, 

Wisconsin 



GEORGE SELL MAJESTA SHEARER LELA SIBLEY BETTY SMITH 

Gllddon Monocionie. Monomonie. Racine. 

Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin 



DAM SMITH 

Evolcih, 

Minnesota 



CAROL SHELL 

Elmwood. 

Wisconsin 



JOSEPH STANGL 

Milwaukee. 

Wisconsin 



LEONARD STOLFO 

Kenosha, 

Wisconsin 



DORIS STOVER 

Stratford. 

Wisconsin 



GYLA SWAN SON 

Luck. 

Wisconsin 



RUTH THOMPSON 

Curilss. 

Wisconsin 



JOSEPH TONDRYK 

Milwaukee. 

Wisconsin 



MARJORY TURNER 

Sidney, 

Montana 



DOROTHY VAALER 
La Crow*. 

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Oaaha. Nebraska 



LUCILLE WALLER 
Spina Valley. 
Wisconsin 



IRVIN WEBERT 
Elk Mound. Wisconsin 



ROBERT WIERMAN 
WaJdo, Wisconsin 



.'!RG1NIA WILD 
£l=i wood. Wisconsin 



ROBERT WILL 
M o t. a m or. i o , W U co n si n 



FRANK WINTERLWG 

Downing. Wisconsin 



LULU YOUMG 
Blair. Wisconsin 



LORENA ZEILI.N'GER 
Eau Galle, Wisconsin 



CLASS OFFICERS 




I. R. Tr«rona. E. Kinney, M Gulttciaon. E Gibion. 

2 M. PaiUr, W. Bunge. D. Scolhom, M. Kmol. E. Gibton. 

3. J. Hub. R. Tr«ona. J- P«t«ncan. T. OConn«ll. 



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Shall we 
standardize? 




Choice Cuts 



1. D. Rydberg, J. Ryan. E Heuser, B. Smith, J. Ecko. G. lonw. 

2. E. Kinney. B. Schaal, R. Formo*, E. Leyhe. 

3. C. RoBlho, R. Jewetl, M. Kntghl. E. Rosa, R. M. Norman, B. Nichols, V. Zaslrow. C. Wunrow, 



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Chuck'* work 



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Try this angle 



1. C. Maso. N, Wodeklnd. F. Scapplo, E. Haasw. 

2. M. Omsled, B. !. Dorr. M. Schultt, J. Swaneor., L. Wa|(«rs. 

3. C. Wiihan. I. Hchtor. K S*i», C Moo. R DoGrand. 



Qualitative Analy*U 




Froohand Drawing 



Organic Chomis'.s 



I. T. Canheld. T. Por«*on. E. Gtaper. C. Miller. G. C!fra*n:ion 

2 H. Boon, R. Loot. F. Winiettina. B. Meinmar.. R Mlttelltadt B. Douglc 

3. L Kaamark. Sister Mary Mark. A. Cotion. V. Hiekcox. H. Wlltami. 



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What are the odds? 




Where's Bill? 



1. A. Clwnml, C. Rilling, B. Brunner, I. McMahon, H. Rogers 

2. E. Haseo, P. Ruohl, W. Bitn*y, R. Keith. I. Lockerby, E. Severaon, R. Chrislraon. 



CLASS OFFICERS 




Jusl a brake 
horsepower 



1. L. Schmidt, E. Tanner, A. Baker, A. Spreitor. 

2. R Hansen, E- Hince, B. Erwin, E. Behrens. M. MacMahon. M, E. Rudeall), M. Ruesink. M, 

Bergen. 

3. R White, C. Gassen. C. Gardiner. V. Feiler, R. HasBemer, D. Wieland, E. Halverson. 



Groon" Wood 




1. M. Schutta. R. Robertson, R. Pittman. D. RoMnbcrg, C. Schorr. J. Hammond. 

2 G. Rognll. T. Rud». B. P««son. M. Ropp«. A. Hauasbv. M. Wobb. C. Bawidnn, 

E. Garaalt 
3. E_ Luck. R. Ivnian. I. Rochlck. C. Knopp*, O. Aam»M. E. Ivenon. 




Select your own design. 



1 M. Hamilton, E. Becrait. I. Dotselb. S. Dari». U Cont*r. W. Daehn. T. Gr*°l8y. 

2. S. Widroy. M. Ruoalnk. M. Riiberg. V. Bublili. |. Klatl. E. lackland. 

3. E. M. Gibson, M. Bonedlcl, C. Brown. J. Amundsen, M. Hfflblng, E. Erabenton. 



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]. I. Wlntorling. E, Christian. I. Kennedy, R. Wolnowaky. G. Wolf. M. Skinner. 

2 L Olitad. ft. MeUon, I. Moonoy. E Motiel, L Schmldi. I". Pauley. 

3 M Becker, H. Solve*, V. TeUlall. N. Hoard. G. Springer. I. Ivemon. 



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I. D. Andouon. G. Voalib»ig«r, L Clark. R. Sehnaidw. M. All.* H. Bust, L VomUburg 

.... | Roditnw. B Coo. F. Kmhlii, I. Unu. H 
U K Hlga. I). Tall. E. Blakoly. A 



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Not Ton Pretty Girl* 



k A rw? '?/ /' , Kiln a" !h °' #r - '■ Rockinan. M. Btokk.n. I. Medtlie. R P«d r , V. N«L 




Chinosc Ch*ck*ri at lh© Annex 



1. C. Johnjon. C. Bolwr. L. Kingsley. G Dan field. I. Hammond. D. Edward*. 

2. M. Lemke, D. Lauhaw, A. Baker. G. Poehltng. 

3. D. Elvgron, L Gregg. P. Whttmore, E. Stevoni. L. Chriatenien. G Dillon. M. Alkinaon. 



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Ton Polnl, Pl»a«« 



And y°u'" alraid o( mlc«l 




Machlno Woodworking 



I i. Ul k. E Slanf.I, R M»hlb«rg, R. Mackay. T. Tann.r. 
2. B Goodman. H. H«ok, A 1). £. Rtardon, 

It. P.liyk. E. Well. W. Vai«r. 



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Squats Root* 



I |. WUho ' 

I k H >, M Kopfar. 

3 It Miller, I' n»i H Fll 






Harmony In Furnishings 




1 B Buiwiir. |. Wilion. E Cuiran, R Chonow«lh, L Latahaw. 
2. L Hinfc*1, 1 Hnnlnan \< H«w, R. Lund wall. C [ohnnon. 
3 C. Stubbs. C. Slot!. H Tulip. K. Valanki. W. Thompson. W. Schlough 




Muitins in lh* Making 



I. C. Howe. L !( •■ 

2 A. SouKk. K Ppt-«vP. 

G. Slark. 

3 N. Hermann. P. Newer. E. Raamus.«*n. P. Guy. E. Hnrck 



I Larson. G. loan 
teUoY. I Maurer. J. Seytorth. M Ion««. C Becker. M. F. Petere. 



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ELMER CLAUSEN 

RUTH FAHUHG 
S»ct»lary 



CECILIA ly ' 
Vic«-Pr«H 

Y SCOVILLE 
Ttiaautvr 



StOUt Student AsSOCidtion: The clearing house ol stu- 
donl woos, iho battleground ol student rights the Stout Student Association. 
Periodical student assemblies under iho S.S.A. oiilcers' guidance provide an 
opporlunlly lor the expression ol studtml opinion on college problems. Since Its 
founding In 1928, the S.S.A. Hud eanfci on its poltn.-i ol Hinging the Ideas oi 
the studonls io (he faculty and o! coordinating Ih* mortal activiiiee ol Ihe col- 
lege. Other S.S.A. duties include apportion! nr the livod rtty lee, hold- 
ing a monthly all-college dan o, and planning ihe hamer-Jinlng program. 




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Fourth Bow. Lawrence Scbcmd». laraos Breiiiman. Donald Hanson. Dean Brown. Edward 

Krn, Elmer Clausen. 
Third Row Theodore LarM, Bertrand Engol. Kenneth Pederson. Sydney Scovillo. Owin 

Fahling. 
Second Row: Willicm Hanson. Mr. Srophy. Mr. Bake:. Mr. Brown. Mr. Prico. Mr. Good 
From Row: William Odell, Jerome Erjxtnbach. William Chrisienson. Mr. Bowman. Roberl 

EQttar, John Roar.g. Mr. Nelson. 
Other Resident Members- President Kelson. Mr. Ray. Mr. Welch. Mr. Wigon. Mr Curran. Mr. 

Mllnei, WilUs Rockwell. Fred Blair. Robert Fry k land. 



LpSllOn r\ I <3U: Two professional conferences for Juniors, sen- 
iors, and faculty men are sponsored each year by E.P.T.. a national honorary 
scholastic fraternity in tho field of industrial arts and vocational education. 
Then conferences, conducted by professional men In the field of education, 
acquaint industrial teachers who are in training with current typical hold 
problems. Theta chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, installed at Stout in 1933. has for 
tta purpose tho dovolopmont of professional Interests through social and pro- 
fessional contacts, through professional analyses, and through co-operative 
research. «a 



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Third Row: Phyllis DeBoor, Mory Wo*. Ma^aroi Trowook. Elisabeth Walaon. Louise Kirs. 

Helen Sediry. Marjorto Bard. 
Second Bow: lane Chenowelh. Mary Blair. Miss Trulllnger. Associate Member: Mm. Houston. 

Advisor; Miaa Cruise. Honorary Mombor,- Marian Polcnwn. Carol Dreyer. Margate! 

Gibson. 
First Bow: Doris Tultle. Agatha Norton. Miss Aber. Jeanne Morgan. Secretary; Catherine 

Kirk. President; Bulh Laatsch. Vice-President; Mtts Quilling. Frances Hartung. 

Eleanor Morris. 
Olhot Mombor. Dorolhy Ooslorbous, Treasurer. 
Olhor Honorary Members: Miss Michaels. Miss Walsh. 



Phi Upsilon Omicron: phi upsilon omicron, na- 
tional honorary professional homo economics fraternity, was Installed at Stout 
In April. 1933. In addition to its participation In a national professional project 
concerned with consumer education, Phi U carries on local profesaionc: 
It maintains a loan fund for iunlor and senior college students in home eco- 
nomics and a library al the home management house; it cirq .-.., color 
boxes among teachers of home economics to aid them In leaching color in 
relation to dress; it gives financial aid to a visual aid proiect. 0:i February 
tenth Phi U held a Founders' Day banquet in celebration of the thirtieth anni- 
versary of the fraternity's existence. 



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Steond Row: Carol Dreyer, lane Ecke. Lillian Baxier, Lou Kasmark. Botty Hichols. Holo.i 

Taylor. Botty Aroquist Louis* Kirk. Audrey Petersen, Botty Smith. Lois Schrein. 

Charlotte Raeth*. lean Snoyenbo*. 
First Row: Mary Wait. Preiidont-Eioct; francos Hdrtung, Treasurer; Miss Walsh. Advisor. 

Karen Fosdal. President; Miss Cruise, Advisor. Eleanor Morris. Vice-President 

Dorothy Schultx. Margaret Docker. Secretary. 



Home CCOnOmiCS Club: First among the women's or- 
ganizations stands the ien-year-o!d Home Economics Club which upholds the 
tradllions long established a! Stout. Since all students enrolled In the Division 
of Home Economics are members, this club finds no doarlh of talent to carry 
on iu multifarious activities. Those include the Yule Kaifeelag, tho spring 
Homo Economic* Club rally, tho farewell breakfast for senior women, and tho 
sending cf delegates to the state and national conventions. The club's four- 
fold objectives are to devolop professional spirit, to Improve social and educa- 
tional activities, fo keep students in dosor touch with tho greater organizations 
in home economics, and to promote the International home economics fellow- 
ship fund. 





Third Row: Edward Kilt. Dean Brown. Robert Rumiey. Vice-Preilden*.; Robert Martin. 
Second Row. Elmer Clauien. Israel Beniman. Ernem Becraft, John Roang, Ariand Batteli. 
front Row: Mr. Baker, Lloyd Whydouki, Secielary; loeeph Tondryk. Prefldenl; Donald 

MacGrogor. Leonard Stolio. Treasurer; Mr. Brophy. 
Other Members: George All, Lorn Jaeger. Adrian Pollock. 
Honorary Member* J. H. Boothby. Vivian Bow. 



Stout Typographical Society: Tho fun m Ye oid* 

Gutenberg Inn still lingers In tho minds o! students and facully members- The 
Stoul Typographical Society, sponsor of Iho Inn, Includes lhal group ol men 
through whoso veins runs primers' Ink and whose interns: In tho graphic arts 
Is all-absorbing. Tho acquisition oi Information and knowledge concorning 
printing and publishing, tho analysis of problems confronting toachors of print- 
ing, and tho stimulation oi co-oporatlon and fellowship among those Interested 
in printing are the avowed purposes of Ihia organization. Among the members 
of S.T.S., who heatedly affirm tho superiority of printer* over other tradesmen, 
there aro lour degroos,--lhoso of apprentice,, Jouxnoyman, mastor, and honor- 
ary morober. 



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Fiith Bovr Helen Carlson. Carol Wuntow. Ruih Pady, Harriot Dillon. Floy Whitmoro. Belly 
Coe, Marian Henderson. Florence Koehler. Wilma Bunge. Violet Joflephson. 

Fourth Row. Lois loan Gregg. Vernice Tucker. June Amundson. Kathloen Michaeb. Morle 

/Wir.son. Betty ArnquUt. Mary fano Kuonii. Mcna Reppo. Virginia Bowers. Jane 

Beddow, Betty Nichols. 
Third Row: Lola Sibley, Belly Benson. Alice Krueger. Lois Strahui, Jano Seylorth. Barbara 

Erwin, Mary Ellon Rudesill. Vivian Bow. Betty Smith. Ellon Row Sloven*. Virginia 

Hickeox. Ruth Erlandson. 
Second Row: Doris llelson. Virginia Nel. Edna Kom, Charlotte Rilling. Helen Smith. Berdlr.e 

Brunnor. foiephine Ryan, Helen Willems. Marian Becker 
First Row: Deris Tattle, Helen Pribr.ow. Margaret Trewook. Lorraine Sell. Miss Antrim. 

Adviser; Helen Sedlvy. Louise Kirk, Margaret Watson. 



Women s Athletic Association: An active w.a.a. 

member spends her spare momonls gaining hours of credit tn sports.— in or- 
ganized htkos, swimming parlies, hockey. Bkatlng, baskolball. and volley ball. 
She helps in planning and carrying oul the W.A.A. program of intramural 
sports and participates in the wnlor carnival sponsored by the W.A.A. in the 
oarly sprln?. 



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Filth Row: CHHord Moo. Paul Paget. Howard Dahef. Sherwood Spieiter, Darby V. 
Claud* Howard, Tony DeChiara. 

Fourlh Bow: Robert Formoe, Rex Morriman. Hick Milinovich Robert Maid!. Donald Hansen, 
LoYorelt Hlnkel. Donald Hlnirman, Arl Oll«on. 

Third Row: Earl Morrison. Merlon lesael. Norman Running. Paul Schwartz. Pal Murphy. 

William Odell. Leiler Reynold*, Ingmar Barbo. 
Second Row: Ray Loer.Delrr.ar Owens. Rober! McKay. Coach Ray Johnson. Mr. Price. Ad- 

vUer; Garnetl Hoblensky, Donald Miller. William Hanten. larnei Peierman. Edward 

Slanlel. 
Front Row: Georgo All. John Rlchter. Everolt Bolduc. Eilert Moldenhauer. Earl Beckman. 

Wallace fohnson. Paul Bailoy. Gerald Bauler. 



"S" Club: 



Stout's huskiest athletes, men who havo won at least 
one letter In a major sport, are members ol the "S" Club. "The Stout Coda of 
Sportsmanship," formulated by this club, is Intended to create and stimulate 
sportsmanship at intercollegiate athletic contests and to establish closer ath- 
letic relationships between Stout and its rival colleges. To its graduating senior 
members who have won two or moro letters in any one major sport the "S" 
Club awards the official "S" Jacket. 




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Third Row; Lester Reynold*. Howard Rathlesberger. Robert Rllter. Philip Ruehl. Yoehiharu 

Ogata 
Second Row lames Patetnan. William Christensen. Mr. Kraniuscb. Advisor. Wayne Pool 
Front Row. Kenneth Pederson, Secretary: Garnetl Nobiensky. Vice- President; Lawrence 

Schaude. Preiidenl; Orvii Johnston Treasurer. 
Olher Members: I"red Blair. Willi* Rockwell. Io« Slanyl. Dick Trezona. 



ArtS dnd C^raitS: Tho offorl of Iho Aria and Crafts club lo 
chanqo tho courso of homo-coming ovonls through a salo ol rabbits' foot was 
not unappreciated Other moro sucootoful activities oi tills group lncludo a 
hobby chow, cm annual all-school daneo, social moolin<js ovory six wooks, 
and work on individual hobblos. Stout rnon with a grodo point avorago of 1.6 
and Iho approval o! tha club aro oligiblo lor moinborahlp. The group, formorly 
Iho Stout D« Molay. Is now affiliated with iho Notional Homoworkshop Guild. 





rourlh Row ItUlM Brtlll fohn Rud^buuch. V/alno Thompson. DuOM 

HtraM 

Tin,. I Row: Gal Bluk«y. Wallace (ohruon, Robert McUod i I Mtrrin Haworth 

S»«ntl n-'w ii i r Kaltkatu. Ttd Loytw " ■ I How, 

Tiotil Row. Mi. Dawtny, Sponiot, Iam«i McGil- l '. Pmildnntj 

KtDl ■ th l'"doi.on, VIc»-P«mi l«nl m WwUHtM !ohr» Hub. 



Young Mens Christian Association: compot- 

ablo lollio Bly Sistot movoni"iii l- th ' 'unrwlllng program ol Iho Stoul 

Y.M.C.A., bui in Iho latlti car-t n in th» (iwhma il undtr iho 

winyii of up) "n until ih*y can Hy alont, A n i 1 ■'■■■ 

nlng of Iho fall ■ and Slunl Night are upoitnorod by 

iho Y.M. Tho mon iKirllclpato In tho alhMIc program of the collogo.—Mpo- 
cially in In* Intramural gaums. Cornpolnnl BpiKikoni addroM iho mooting* ol 
Iho group and [ftquonl rr-ri'il goMogolh«i« unli<> ih« m*mbor*. 



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.'■:. FU * r-clcrla Swneraor.. Ruth Chenoweth. Jane Beddow, Clara Brown. Kathleen 
llldxub, Eileen Behrens. Edith Hir.ee. 
Third Row: Helen Willemi. Alice Kmeger. Burdlne Br'jnner. Phyllis Wagner, Eisie lackland. 

Janet Titiany. LcVome Christensen. lean Maisror. 
Second Row; Doris Nelion. Virginia Net. Marian Hcibing, Marjory Rueslnk, Miss Carson. 
' ■ . : Hoard. Nora Sflvw. lano Klati. 

Fint Row: Alice Baker. Audrey Peterson, Charlotte Roelhe. Suo Richardson. Carol Dreyer. 
Carol Wunrow. Louise Kirk, Geraidlne Barr. 



Young Women's Christian Association: Blis- 
ters were in no small way responsible lor the good tlmos the freshman girls 
enjoyed during the iirsi (ew lonesome days away from homo. The sponsorship 
of Ihis campus sister movement is only one of the ways in which the Y.W.C.A. 




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Fourth Bow: Helen Corleon. Ula Sibley, Gertrude Siarek. Hoy Whitmore. Belly Co» Motion 

Henderson, Harriol Dillon, fiuth Pady, Maroelle Bolum. 
Third Bow: Virginia Bowor*, Mary Ann Lackner. Marion Schulu, Betty Benaon. Ariel 

Klingelhoter. Mary Ellon Rude»ill. Jane Seyforth. Barbara Erwin. Zella Ioo». 
Second Bow: Ethel Alnger. Phyllis Price, Gwendolyn Jone«. Che: !. Misa 

MeCalmont, Lob Strahra. Helen Heck, Marian Becker. Jean Swaneon. 
Firit Bow: Jane Chenowolh. Elaine Curran. Majeata Shearer, Peggy Dockar, Vera Owen. 

Gyla Swanson, Wilma Bunge, Marjorie Brokken. 



seeks lo promote belter campus relationships throughout the year. In addition, 
this group sponsors an all-school picnic {really a gala alfair), hikos. and sleigh- 
rides to which all students are Invited. Social service work Is carried o: 
junction with the Good Cheer Club of Menomonie. 





Fourth Row: John Boang, Arthur Olteson. Robert Fitter, Cliltord Moo. George Alt. Elmer 
Clausen. 

Third Row: Clement Bogaard, Israel Bonsman. Richard Treiona, Karl Seitx, William 
Chri3ten3en. 

Second Row: Sydney Scoville, Thomas O'Connell. Secretary; Robert Wiorman, Historian; 
Charlos Barnoske. 

First Row Mr. Dawley. Honorary Member, Chester Orvold. Sergeant-at-Arms; Gerald Basfller, 
President; Robert Rumsey. Vice-President; Irvin Enli, Treasurer; Mr. Good. Advisor. 

Olher Members: Mr. Johnson. Honorary Member, Earl Morrison, Garnett Nobiensky. Lawrence 
Schaude. 



F. O. B. T.OB. 



(not the Delroll variety) has added another year to 
its history as the oldest social organization for men at Stout. Athletics receive 
the special favors of this group. Not only does F.O.B. co-operate with and sup- 
port the college teams, but it also encourages the Individual participation of its 
members In athletics. Each year F.O.B. awards a scholarship to the man who 
has done noteworthy work in athletics. 



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Fourth Row: Philip Ruehl. Rolf Berg, Gerald Hawkiri3on. Paul Paget, loseph Tondryk. 
Third Row: Paul Brown. Rowland Morrison. Paul Bailey. Kenneth Poderson, James Peterman. 
Second Row: Owin Fahling. Robert Keith. Deltnar Owens. Robert Roland, Arland Bartelt, 
Wayne Pool. 

Front Row: Mr. Shaler, Advisor; Jerome Erpenbach. Treasurer; Ray Hollister, Vice-President; 

Robert Martin. President; Orvis Johnson, Secretary, Lester Reynolds. Sorgeant-at- 

Arme; Mr. Ivoo, Adviser. 
Other Members: Adrian Pollock, Ingrnar Barbo. Darby Worman. Lawrence Decker. 



In. I. b. Rather 



socially-minded young men belong to K.F.S. This 
organization holds social meetings, theater parlies, an all-school dance, and 
a formal dinner dance. The letters 1CF.S. sum up the purpose of the club: the 
encouraging ol knowledge, friendship, and society. In 1936. K.F.S. Initiated 
the giving of an annual scholarship to ihe Stout man who shows the greatest 
skill, the best craftsmanship, the highest scholarship, and the most admirable 
attitude of all the Stout men toward the college. 



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Fourth Row: Helen Dawson. Belly Arnquisl. Miss Georgia Aber, Kathryn Krauie. Virginia 

Hickox. 
Third Row: Betty Nichols, Fane Chenaweth. Florence Anderholm. Marian Turner. Karen 

Fosdal, Margaret Nichols 
Second Row: Dorothy Schultz. Ruth Fahllng, Miss Henrietta Quilling. Helen Taylor. Mrs. 

Eleanor Segetslrom. Edna Kobe. Margarel Gibson. 
Front Row: Helen Smilh, Treasurer; Betty Smith. Vice-President; Mrs. Paul Gregg, Town 

Adviser; Lucille Joshua. President; Misa Keturah Anlrim, Adviser: Virginia Carroll, 

Secretary; lean Snoyenboa. 
Other Member Dorothy Warlh Corniels. 



iypCri<3n; Sending a tol to nursery school Is only one of the 
activities of the Hypericin Society in the field of social service. In the midst of 
active participation In all college affairs, the Hyps find time to conduct an 
animal Christmas card sale, to sponsor an al!-3chool dance, and to give a 
dinner dance. Founded in 1923, this organization has consistently encouraged 
high scholarship, furthered social life for Its members, and done work of value 
in the community. Hyps are good athletes, too; their volleyball team won the 
intramural contest this year, 



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Third How Marian Gullieluon, Goialdino Barr. Huth LaaUcli. Catb«tn» Ktrk. HatrMi Dillon. 
Caiol Wunrow. Elaanor Motrin. 

Socond Bow: Hclon Rog«r«. Sua Richardton, Gwendolyn |one». Chnrloiia [tn«lh«. LuclU* 
Wallnr. Ian* Cck*, Agatha Notion, Lois Kaimarck. Margaiat Wouon 

Flnl Row. Ros» Mail* Norman. Carol Dr*yor, Cathvrlna Ro*!h«. Pio«a*nt; M1m Rog«r». 
Advlur, Viola Luabko. Socraiaiy; Louis* Kirk. TYkuu 3ouig»oU. 

Oilier M«inb.fd Mia G«oig« La Polnle. Town Adviser; Marcia Blank. Roa* Tolk. Th«lma 
HOATO. 



PallaS Athene: Despite Its youlh Ul was founded In 1934), the 
Pallas Athene aociely has always participated actively In colleqo events. Loot 
(all. for the third consecutive timo, thin society won first prize for having the 
most beautiful floal In the homocomtng parade. Tim Caster sale, hold each 
year, was oven more successful than in years pasi. In this season's competi- 
tion, tho mombera produced a winning boskotball team, for the intrai 
games find eager contoolants In the group. As in former years, ihe sc-. 
offered a scholarship to a high ranking sophomore girl. 



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Third Bo*- Whmu Sh-ar.r. V.ny Ban Marjory Iac.--.or.. E.th« W.rnlund. Virginia Ray. 

I*ann« Morgan. C»cslia Domk» 
Second Ro* Chic Lanon. Myr'l- Smith. Ell.n GiUon. Ltllian Baxter. Dona Rydb«ro. 

Margaret I ,. 

nnl Row Marian P-l«wn. Chariot!., Poach. Mlu Van N«w. Ad»li«; Mr> P. C. WlUon. 

Ad, -/WlteM. Carol SiwlL 

Other Member Dorothy Vaaler 



rhilomdthCdn: There is an Interesting old statement about reach- 
ing people's hearts by a rather devious routo. The Phllomathoan Literary 
Society has totted the truth ol tho adage In Its annually successlul sale of 
English ctoda ol tho candy sale, with tho proceeds from tho salo 

: a> fl ntoiy o( handmade articles, am put into a scholarship lund pre- 
s#ni<fd each year io a do:wvlmj freshman girl. The Phllomathoan Socioty was 
.:od in 19K ile purpose of studying good literature. Today the 

activities ol the 'udo social moorings, a dinnor dance, an all- 

: dance, a home-corning breakfast, and a senior recognition luncheon. 



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Thifd Row. R«bocta JJogU, Gjq;« (cos. I- 

Go*r«B. 
S«cond Row; Ion. McMahon. Marlys M«dUl«. Mary H»!*n McGurtmMt. B«tly Block. 

Lorraln* S«ll, Gracio GrMti. Margaret Sivinbuig- 
First Row: Itmnm Miller, B.tiy Quilling. Vle»-P»»id«ni. Ma*ln« Clark. PrnldMil; Mm let*. 

AdvUtt; Ian«t Johruon. S»cr*iary; Shlrtay R«*m. Dotii Slow. 
Olh«r M«mb«rs: Mm. Bullw. Town Adviiw; lean Oilody. Tmo»urw; Mary Rowe Quilling. 

LoU Volp, Virginia Moor*. 



S. M. A. "b>ap Year Week." thanks to S.M.A., provides an 
annual real lor tho purees oi gallant Sioul men. Although members ol thus 
group koep the meaning ol the name ol their organization a close secret, It Is 
no secret that this society Is « and enthusiastic I ol many 

collogo activities. Aa a social aroup, tho sect. tttonal and 

social conlacts lor lis members. As a aroup Interested In tho maintenance of 
scholastic achievements, tho organization keeps a Student Loan Fund i 
ablo lo deserving students. 







Ftfth Row. Holer. Dawson, Betly Arnqubt. Betty Nichols. Ruth Erlar.dson. Margaret Watson. 
Merle Atkinson. 

Fourth Bow: Arnold Lien. Robert McEssey, Lucille Myron. Do:b Tullle. Robort Martin, Rob- 
ert ilerbun. 

Third Row: Ruth Goeres. Patricia North. Ann Rudow. Audrey Peterson. Betty Quilling. Bonnie 
Wentlandt. Jean Dorr. 

Second P.zv. Vivian Row, Vera Owen. Isabel OMeara. Leonard Stollo, Cornelius Spir.ola. 
Ellen Gibson, Eileen Roardon, lane Klalt. 

First Row: Irene Thompson. David Wilson, Desk Editor.- Audrey Sproiter. Ted Loyhe, Busi- 
ness Manager; leanne Miller. Editor; Mr. Baker. Adviser; Betty Smith, Feature Editor; 
Eble lackland. 



St. 



-OUtOnid; Just below its masthead the Stoutonla statos Its coda: 
"The Stoutonla is a litllo more than just a newspaper— It Is an educational 
experiment. It is written to iniorm, enlighten, and entertain and to givo it3 stall 
members experience that conforms to good journalistic principles and prac- 
tice." Meetings on Tuesday evenings find the Stoutonla staff members fever- 
ishly typing stories, reading copy, and writing heads in their attempt to put 
cut a prize paper oach wook. Each Friday noon long lines of students form 
outside tho collogo post office to exchange ihoir S.S.A. coupons for tho papers. 



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Standing: Duane Ar.dornon. Organ i rations Staff, losoph Tondrv*. Art Editoc. Ellon Gibson. 

Literary Editor; Jamoa Palerrnan, Organisations S:al!; Mr. Bakor. Business Karitmr. 

Virginia Ho!. Mona Roppo, Typists. 
Soatod: Agatha Norton, Editor; Mian Callahan. Editorial Advisor; lohn Hub. Buiitwu Man- 

agor; loan Naulin. 
Othor Mombors: Majoata Shoaior. Edward Tannor. Organisations Stall. 



I OW€n For thirty years students at Stout have eagerly awaited 
the sprlna publlcalton oi Ihe yearbook. Edited by students for students, in© 
Tower presents the playtime and workaday activities of The Stout Institute. 
Informality is ihe keynote oi the 1939 Tower as it Is the keynote of the irtendly 
spirit of the colleae itself. This year's staff found working on the Tower espe- 
cially onjoyable and convenient In Ihe new Tower office on floor B of Home 
Economics Hall. 




Fourlh Bow: N. Spir.ola. B. Trezor.a. R. Berg. B. Chmtsian. D. Hanson, E. Tanner, H. Rocn. 
D. Brown. |. Springer. C. Wischan. R. Martin. D. McGregor. N. Running. 

Third Row; G. SwanBcn, E. Wernlund. B. Norbun. L Clark, H. Kraft. H McClung, H. Kvitlo. 
L. Olstad. R. [ewott. A. Bartelt. R. Keith. M. Medllie, M. Govin. 

Second Row: J. Moulin. A. Norton. B. Goodaan. M. Stelnburg, R Goore*, M. Jacknon, F. Stell. 

M. Jones. P. Utasoz. J. Welch, B. Wenllandl. L Schrein. V. Walkor. C. Domko. 
First Bow: C. Snell, V. Wild, E. Moms. M. Benedirf. G. Springor, L Kaamark. B. Mllnos. 

Mr. Cooke. V. Ray, P. North. C. Roetho. J. Stamen. M. Quilling, C. Roach. L Myron. 



bymphoniC V_hoir: The word most often with Ihe choir this 
yoar was "Ballimore", for the group sang at tho biennial convention of tho 
federation of music clubs in that city. The sixty choir members rehearsed end- 
lessly in preparation for this and lessor concert appoarances of the year. 



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fouilh Row: Margaret Nichols. E»en Heuser. Lorraine Amundsen. Hoy Whiraore. Betty 
Coe, Helen Hill. Marian Henderson. Helen Carlson. Elisabeth Woibor, Wilrna Bunge 

Third Row: Mary Anne Lackner, Belly Fierer, Muriol Skinner. Geraldine Dillon. Bcvpriy 
PelefBon. Charlotlo Hilling, Ann Budow. Virginia Nel. Marcia Kelly. Belly WeTJs. 
Helen Rogers. 

Second Row: Dorothy Fuilon. Doris Nelson. Margaret Gibson. Marian Becker. Mcriory Rue- 
ilnk. Lorraine Wallora, Mariorio Bard, Zella Joos. Elaine Curran. Marian Schulti. 

First Row: Margarel Knight. Jane Klatt Audrey Spreiier. Joyce Scott Eleanor Morris. Lillian 
Baxter. Jeanette Slaraen. Nera Selves. June Wilson. Eulilla Emberson. Janet Tiffany. 



Women S GleC Club: Tho Women's Glee Club, largest 
of Iho choral groups, provides an opportunity for many of Stout's vocally in- 
clined young women to exercise thoir talents. Under the direction of Mr. Cooke, 
this group practices weekly to master some ol the finer points and techniques 
of choral singing. The Glee Ciub made public appearances at the Christmas 
concert, al a spring concert, and at Chippewa Falls. 



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Second Row: Mr. Cooke. Director Keith Moon, [ame» Breiizman. Urael Bensman. Rowland 
Morrison. Robei! Runner. Roger lewett. Irwin Enli. Earl BoIIe. Betty Co*. 

first Row. Betty Quilling. Accompanist; Gerald Hawkinson, Louis Hamerly. Louis Hintet- 
meyer. Ma)eita Shearer. Peggy Dockar. Margate! Sweeting. Ernoat Everoon. jamei 
Brewer. 



\_JrCh6Su<3: Tuosday-at-ftvo practices find orchestra members tun- 
ing up in preparation for their various public appearances. Occasional clashes 
of temperament may produce temporary discord, but, for the most part, the 
strings carry on In perfect harmony. The siring orchestra has accompanied 
tho choir at formal concerts, at baccalauroato. at graduation, and at assembly 
programs. With tho choir, II mado Ihe much-talkod-of trip to Baltimore. 



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Corn«t«: R Morrison. D. Brown, C Finney, R. Rumsey. B. Nelson, C. S!orl. R Amdt. E Tan- 
nor. W. Vasey; Piccolo: K. Moon ; Fluloo D. Ooiterhous. M. Knight, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; Clarinet*: I. Beruman. C. Wisehan. J. Breltzman. E. Moldenhauer, H. McCIung 
S. Sorenson. R. Goeres. Z loos. N. Selves, P. Wayne:. M. Risberg, B. Goodman £ 
Stovonn, L Clark, B. Peterson; Saxophones: I. Erpenbach, L Foster. J. Stamen. E 
Becker. D. Stenrson, G Swanson; Mellophones: M. Jessel. M. Skinner, V. Zastrow; 
Trombone.: 1. Enli, H. Roen. R Jewetl, Librarian; E. Koss. President; R MacMiller 
H. Bum; Baritones: W. Pool. Vice-Prosldont; K. Seltz, R Tretona. R Berg; Basses R 
Chrislman. E. Kinney. V. Foiler. E. Bolle; Bass Drum; J. Tondryk; Snare Drum: R 
Schneider. D. Rosenberg, H. Kvitle; Tympani: J. Hub; Cymbals: M Ru»*ink I 
Finney; Director. Mr. Cooke. 



DdnO: Remomber the dating bureau? Whether you found it advan- 
tageous OT n ol. you'll remombor it aa an innovation at a cortain dance spon- 
sored by the band- The procoods of the dance made possible the organiza- 
tion's accompanying the foolball toam to Superior and to Eau Claire. In the 
band's activo program were concerts at Stout and at River Falls. 








*- & MBrtBJssra imss-s^ai saws* 

Baxter, Secretary; Grada Graon. ,,,,„. 

First Row; Majesia Shearer. Trecuurer; Karl Seili. Margaret Dockar Rw. Mane Mormon. 

Jean Moulin, Dora Ma». Coil Stukey. Businvu Manaaer; Jeannetto Slamon 
Other Member* Jarve Ecko, Edward Leyhe Betty Milne- .Adrian Pollock. Howard Ralnle.- 

borgor, Willis Rockwell. Carol Snell. Myrtle Smith. Virginia Wild. 



MdnUdl ArtS Players: From a farce like Blg-Hearted Her- 
bert to a romance like Moonlight and Honeysuckle, the Manual Arts Players 
evidence many Interests in play production. Besides romping through acting 
parts, the M.A.P.'s enjoy developing their abilillo3 In shoving props around, 
basting costumes together, slapping on greasepaint, and directing action on 
the stage. Through their combined efforts they have been able to provide bet- 
ter lighting and marked improvements lor the stage. During the past year the 
switchboard was rewired, border lights and concert border lights were In- 
stalled, and the club purchased rwolve new baby spot lights and dimmers. 



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Tainter Hall and Annex: R OB idont Director: Mrs. Grace 

M. Dow, Ethol Ainger. MarJorlo Brokkon, Joan Dorr. Eultlla Emberson. Marian 
Helbing, Marian Henderson, Ariel Kllngolholer. Margaret Knight. Holon Rogers, 
Marian Schultz. Fern Stefl. Joanno Swanson, Betty Wells, Phyllis Price. Char- 
lotto Bockor. Joanno Dotloff. Elizabeth Rasmusson. Holon Hock. Marcollo Bol- 
lum. Doroihy Bousley. 

Rosldent Director: Mlsa Kolurah Antrim, Carol Wunrow. Holon Wllloms. 
Mary Falih Poters. Harriot Dillon, Lois Strahm, Holon Carlson. Lois Kasmark, 
LoIb Joan Grogg, Virginia Nol, Jano Soylorlh. Roso Mario Norman, Charlotte 
Roolhe. Marian Gullickson. Kathleen Michaels. Betty Nichols. Edna Koss. Floy 
V/httmoro, Betty Coo, Beverly Peterson, Vernice Tucker, Margaret Schuman, 
Marjory Ruosink, Marian Beckor. Nllla Hoard. Mariam Benedict, Nolllo Herr- 
mann, Maxine Gulickivn Virginia Bowois. Ellon Rose Stevens. Barbara Erwin, 
Doris Nolson. Ruth Chonoweth. Gemldlno Ban, Dorothy Scothorn. Chrlstlno 
Berendsen. Alice Bti- ■ 1 Harck, Donna Elvgren, Phyllis Guy. lrono 

Thompson, Afny Snoeyvnbos, Dorothy Fulton, Jano Bode vt, |ano Rockman, 
Vivian Tetzlaif. Mona Ropp-r. Lillian Holilod. Joan Manor, LaVorn Chi 
sen. Neva Solves, B»vorly V/hilo, Boatrlct White, Gertrude Poehling, Klabw 
Honrlchs, Geialdlne Nye, Marie Rlatara. 





R Amdt. C. BajROik:, Vice-Pres.deni. A 3a:tett. G Bossier. [ Boon. E. Beckman. I. Bonsman. 
W. 3i:noy. E. Bolduc, C. Bogaard. H. Carlson, fl. Christian, G. Chrisliaruion, E. Clausen. 
S. Davis, W. Daehn. R DeGrand. G. Danfield, K. Doms. A. Dcrsch. B. Douglas, B. Engcl. 
O. fabling, V. Feiler. C. Gardiner, C. Gashsen. E. Grapre. R. Greenbcrg. J. Goto, R. 
Haborrnan, R Row, Secretary; L Hinktl. D. Herald. ]. He««olman. R. Hollislcr. C. Johnson. 
R. lewott. E. Kinney. E. Iocs. H. Kvitto, M. Kopiar, E Kriz. D. Lornko. E. Leyhe. J. Lockerby. 
W. Luck. O. Luey. R McEssoy. f. McGilvary, R. MacKay, D. Malison. R Marlin, R. Mohlborg. 
E. Mettel. A Muoila. B. Kelson. R Nerbuci. T. O'Ccnnell. B. Olson. H Olson, L, Olson. C. 
Oltowa. J. Poiennan. H. Pleryk. f. Rachich. W. Radlke. H. Rathlcabergor. Treasurer; I. 
Rkhtar, R Robertson. W. Rockwell. P. Ruehl. I. Ruedobush, W, Schaal, L Schmidt, G. Sell. 
S. ScoriUe. E. Soils. C. Spinola. E Stanlel. J Slarel. C. Sieber. W. Stephens, E. Tanner, R. 
Trttona, W. Thompoori. L, Vandoborg. N". Wedeklnd. H. Wehrwein. E Wereley. L. Why- 
doiski. House Prsldnl. C- Wis^han. 



LynWOOd Hall: Lynwccd Hall is "Homo Sweet Homo" to 
ninety-three men students. It gives the men complete study iocilities In tho way 
of a comfortable reading room, magazines, books, and large drawing tables. 



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Second Row; Paul Brown. Willis Rockwell. Howard RathI»*b*.rgor. Getaki BasslM. 
Firal Row; Virginia Wild. Frances Homing, Eliiabeth Woiion, Marguorile Govln. 



Eichelberger Scholarship: scholarships, known as the 

Eichelberger scholarships, eight In number, to a total o! (our hundred dollars. 
are awarded annually, during commencement week, lo lour men and tour 
women. These awards are based upon scholarship, personality, promise o! 
success, social attitudos and accomplishments, and value of the students to 
the school. Only those having high scholastic ranking are given consideration. 
The selection oi the candidates is made near the close o! the regular school 
year by a special committee appointed each year by the President oi the 
college. 





Catherine Roethe. Pallas Alnene President. Lucille Josriua. Hyperion President. 
Virginia Wild. Philomathean President; Maxine Clark, S.M.A. President 



Inter-OOCiety ball. On Derember eleventh, the winter social 
season was ushered In with the traditional Inter-Society Christmas Ball. Large 
wall panels ol blue, on which were appllqued silver holly leaves, and a sil- 
houette of Santa Claus and his reindeer against a nine-loot blue panel served 
as a background for Don Strickland's orchestra, and with a quarter-circle bar 
from which punch was served completely transformed the gymnasium for this 
occasion. The iour social societies co-operated in the presentation of the ball, 
with Maxine Clark. S.M.A. president, in general charge, Virginia Wild, Philo- 
mathean president, in charge of the programs and the orchestra, Lucille Joshua, 
Hyperion president, in charge of the decorations, and Catherine Roethe, Pallas 
Athene president, in charge of clean-up arrangements. 




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Third Row. £. Sianiel, R. Hasswner. R. Morriroan. M. Iwsei. C. Stobor. D. Hanson. L Har- 
mon. E. Scob«ld. L Confer. R. Pitiman. I. Poiorman. M. Hamilton. I. DoUcth, H. Koss. 

Second Row; L Hinkel. T. DoChiara. P. Bail*) 1 . E. Morrison, G. Alt. D. Worman. J. Richter. 
R Lc«r. H. Conf«. F. BoUM, C. Mo«. D. Hintiman. R Mackay. 

First Row: Coach Johnson. W. Staphvm, D. Mill«. F. Btalr. P. Panel. W. O'Dell. E. Bolduc. H 
Mihr.ovleh. P. Murphy. D. Ow»m. B Miruha. L Reynolds, W. Hanson E Bookman 
A. Ottoson. 



Footb< 



Stoul o 

Slout 

Stoul 6 

Stout 6 

Stoul o 

Stout o 

Stout o 



Carloton o 

Stevens Point - - . - 7 

River Falls 20 

Superior 31 

Eau Claire 16 

La Crosse 13 

Duluth o 



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third Row Hay Pitima:i. Manager. Icvorolt HlnUl. /ack Hammond. Lloyd Miller, Glonn 
Christian non. Donald Millar. 

Second Row: Robert Maldl. Paul Schwartz. Harlan Wohrwain, Howard Boon. Harold Kviilo 
Coach Ray fotiKton. 

[Vonl Row: Inamar Babo. lack Howelman. Sherwood Spreitor. Darby Woiman. Captain: 
Howard IJahor. Pal Murphy. Gamott Nobi.n*ky. 



Basketball 



Sioui 27 

Sloui 32 

Sioui 43 

Stoul 25 

Stoul 40 

Sioui 30 

Stoul 59 

Stoul ^8 

Stout 28 

Stout ;a 

Stout 4| 

Stout 57 

Stout 30 

Stout 28 

Stoul 28 



Carloton - - 
Slovens Point 
St. Paul Y.M.C. 
i.a Crosso - - 
Winona - - 
Superior - - 
River Falls - 
Winona - - 
In Crosso - 
Eau Qalro - 
Northland • ■ 
Rivor Falls - 
Eau Clairo • 
Superior - - 
Northland - • 



45 
39 
28 
23 
39 
38 
48 
40 
44 
39 
48 
45 
46 
44 
30 




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MILLER, Guard; BARBO, Guard; WNKEL. Forward; HESSELMAN. C*nt«r HAMMOND. 
Forward; SPREITER. Ccnt#r; WEHRWEM. Guard. WORMAN. Fwward; DAHER, Guard; 
COLBHESE, Guard; MURPHY. Guard. NOBIENSKY. Gi 



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I. TEIGEN 
R. CURTIS 
I. HUB 
W. SCHAAL 
TONDRYK 
I. STANGL 
C, ORVALD 
R. SCHNEIDER 





Intramural Basketball Champ* 



Cafeteria Stall 



Dinner Time 
In the Cafeteria 



Stout Tea Room 



The Library 





Gymnasium 



LHonavlng Class 



Sloam Tabla 



Nalatorlum 








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Candidate* 



ULUAN BAXTER 

DOROTHY VAALER 

CHARLOTTE ROETHE 

MARIAN PETERSON 

VIRGINIA WILD 

RUTH FAHUNG 

LUaLLE JOSHUA 




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SEPTEMBER 

12 Lost: Two hundred and ten freshmen. Found later at mixer party. 

13 Bob Otis and Ray Chrlslman come oarly for Uttie Sisters. 

14 Upper classmen ogle freshmen. Utile Sisters partled by Big Sisters. 

15 All-school picnic merry-go-round ride leaves Bab Amdt dizzy. 

16 Church night throughout Menomonie. 

17 Two hundred and fifty break S.S.A. dance attendance records. 

18 Klttenbal! and a treasure hunt for freshman girls on the annual W.A.A. 

breakfast hike. 

20 Y.W.C.A. toa for campus sisters. 

21 Camera records another school picture after class elections. 

23 Mary Faith discovers that cement is an emulsion. 

24 Stout ties Carlton. How??? 

25 Marauone-LaSalle club hikes. Even the watermolons split their sides roll- 

ing down hill. 
28 Eagle Plume takes a wife (not really, of course) in assembly. No apparent 

difficulty. 
30 W.A.A. hayride leaves hayseeds in hair. 

OCTOBER 

1 George Sell makes good (?) use of the band dance dating bureau. 

4 Ted Leyhe wakes politics class as he crashes to floor. 

5 Illustrated lecture on Passion Play presented by Anny Rutz. 

7 Street carnival lures none from Y.M-Y.W. moonlight hike. 

8 Stout meets traditional enemy: River Falls-20. Stout-6. 

9 Clausen. Roang. Whydotski, and others leave Lynwood open house to 

crash Philo rushing tea. 

10 Early birds get good seats as Lyceum tickets are issued. 

1 1 Richter captures (single-handed) a grass snake near the I.E. building. 

12 Joe StangI meets LaFolIelte with hope of airing campus movement. 

13 Ruth Page Ballet of last night 3ti!l haunts us. 

14 Tondryk. Hub, Ruehl. and "the little Finney" practice cheorleading at 

Stout-Superior game. 

15 Ginny Ray innovates shoeless dancing at P.A. all-school party. 

16 Bob Schneider worries over special delivery letter from — 

17 EJ*.T. picnic proves more or less exciting. 

19 Max Nohl arouses long-dormant cravings for under- water adventures. 

Divers have as much romantic appeal as the vanishing cowboys. If 
Max Nohl is at all typical. 

21 Stout-0. Eau Claire-16. We are very "Bluo Devils" today. 

22 P.A.'s talent night at the Phi U dance. 

23 P.A.'s rush new freshmen and transfer women with a gypsy tea. 

25 Bill Dresden lovingly cultivates his beard. 

26 Assembly applauds Catherine VanBuren's singing. 

27 Eddie O'Connor receives watery reception on fire escape. 

28 M,A,P.'s perform in "Big-Hoarted Herbert" with Be Mimes In hom-rimmed 

specs!! 



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29 Philos docorato Ihomaolvo8 in an attempt to decorate their float lor home- 

coming parado. 

30 Tho Arts and Crafts rabbits' feet didn't help after all. 

30 Lynwood Hall is panlc-striclcen by Orson Welles. 

31 Black cats and broomstick-riding witches. It's Hallowe'en. 

NOVEMBER 

3 Karen Fosdal. Jean Morgan, and Peggy Dockar drop down lo Milwaukee 

(or Home Ec. club conclave. 

5 Duluth ties Stout on our own Nelson Field. 

6 Hyps rush Ireshmon and transfers with tiue old-world peasantry. 

8 No holiday called for elections. 

9 Virginia Carroll becomes the hard-working salesgirl as she urgos John 

Finney lo buy some Hyp Christmas cards. ■ 

1 1 Social Security Act gives no social security lo class in Labor Problems. 

12 "S" Club's hard times party suits most Stout pockotbooks. 

13 Lost: one hair ribbon on Annex fire escape. 

1 5 Harriet Dillon sees all. tells nothing at door-locking time. , 

16 Thrill of the week; Lyceum. Fortnightliers meet William Rose Bonol. 

17 Lights out Interrupts Hyperions' all-school tea. Sabotage suspected. 

18 Scene: Cafeteria 

Peleiman to Trezona: "Cheese souffle, what's that?" 
Trezona to Potorman: "Something you play on shipboard." 

19 S.S.A. dance draws a crowd. 

20 S.M.A. rushing tea concludes ihe series of Sunday festivilies. 

21 "Uncle" Roger calls Mariorle to phone during dinner hour. 

22 Jean Morgan wins turkey at Senior Class Thanksgiving party. 

23 The number of empty chairs In afternoon classes draws slightly sarcastic 

comments from the professors. 

24 Menomonio lies quiet after sludent exodus for Thanksgiving recess. 
30 Sludent assembly accomplishes little as students trickle oul. 

DECEMBER 

1 First basketball gamo of tho season is not encouraging. 

2 Lynwood Hall mixed party deemed a washout. 

4 Huntleys entertain International Relations Club wilh Japanese lore. 

7 Roselle Brewer's Lady Luck inspects assembled Slout Students. 

8 Philos sell handmade artlclos and loffee lo Christmas gift hunters. Julian 

Bryan reveals Hitler's Germany to Lyceum audience. 

9 Intor-Society Ball provides thrills before and aftor. 

10 After annual Christinas concori Tainter Annex receives. 

13 A Christmas tree In Home Economics corridors; carols; Christmas spirit. 

14 Kaffee,Lag gives us a taste of Scandinavian Yuletlde cheer. Who won the 

poker gamo at the Lynwood Hall Stag? 

15 Fourteen hundred and forty minules more; then homeward bound. 

16 Two weeks' oa3is in desert of study Is sighted. 

JANUARY 

3 Stifled yawns indicative of sleepless travels mark the day. 

6 Stout wins over La Crosse In close and exciting game — 25-23! 

7 La Crosse sinks Stout in swimming. 

9 Tower pictures call forth students' sweelest smiles. 

10 Stout wins from Winona in thrilling meel. Hesselman stars. 



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II Coo's and Whltmore's humor unappreciated: "Upper flat (or rent.' 

13 Friday: Nolo the outcome of tho Superior-Stout gamo. Draw your own con- 

elusions as to luck. 

14 K.F.S. members strut out for dinner danco. 

!6 Stout gloats over victory against River Falls, with Hesselman taking the 

16 Cupid visits Stout in archery-champion. Robor Hoogerhydo. 
21 After our victory over Winona, students capor at S.S.A. frolic. 
23 Black coffee helps, doesn't It. Maurer? 
27 Day-long bread linos? No— registration lines. 

31 New resolutions flourish as the second somesler'o programs are memo- 
rized. 

FEBRUARY 

1 Eau Claire W.P.A. orchestra wins hearty applauso for Its playing ol "Tales 

from tho Vienna Woods." 

2 Six weeks of cold weather coming, according to the latest reporl Irom tho 

ground hog. 

3 College calls half holiday to witness the ski-jumping contest. 

8 John Hub in Tower mooting: "Do you feel llko tho rest of us fellows. Miss 

Callahan, thai—" 

9 North. Ecke, and Arnquisl wander around social room looking for a fourth. 

10 Drama In two acts: 

Annex: "Hello. Lynwood. Send over twonty boys. We're giving a 
party." Swish III) 

14 Happy Valontlne's dayl Captain Craig Instructs In the flno art of sword- 
fish wrestling. 

16 Peterman domands more privacy In cafeteria cellar dressing room. What 
pretty shorts. Pete! 

21 Richter drops N.Y.A. work to cut out bookonds for his friends In crafts 

class. 
18 Forgot to mention that Stout (or was It Worman?) trampled Rivor Falls. 
June Wilson crashes S.M.A. Sadie Hawkins dance as Mammy Yokum. 

22 Lillian Baxter. "Deep In a Dream", helps tho Philos win the cup on Stunt 

Night. 

25 With its defeat by Eau Claire. Stout drops conference chances. 

26 Spring Is here. Sunday, too. But we have studying; so—. 

27 Wlntor again. 

MARCH 

1 John Sloan teaches the home economics girls how to cook by freezing. 
Cur Mr. Cooke takes off in grand style while directing tho Minnesota 
Symphony. 

3 Despite John Hub's lish food diet, our swim team loses to Milwaukee Pods. 

4 Owin Fahling dieted for a week to appreciate properly the food at Talnter 

Hall formal. 
6 Flu makes its first real appearance at Stout. 

8 7ho combined talents of Miss Briggs and Mr. Frederic fill the Stout audi- 

torium with music. 

9 Spring is here, but how long will it last? 

10 What is the future coming to— what with these modem robots— (some 

call them rowboats) and all. 

11 An agricultural atmosphere hovers over Stout as the S.T.S. gives Its sam- 

plo of a bam danco. 
13 Tho low of us not flu-stricken in the infirmary manage to keep the collogo 
alive. 



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Dawloy and Price, so nay the freshmen, know how to give quizzes. 



14 

15 Homy VIII and Anna of Cloves arrive wiih a wintry blizzard. 

16 St. Patrick is honorod a day early by tho P.A/s al thoir all-college too. 

17 Annox throws a groon (but not with loalousy) parly. 

18 "On lo Baltimore" is the themo oi the Symphonic Singers' all-school dance. 

20 Famous faculty sayings, number one: "Ari is not nature." 

21 King Lan Chow entertains assombly. 

22 Rathlosborger's voice covers the campus. 

25 Another of iho S.S.A. dances is history. 

26 The Choir presents current fashion. More funds tor Baltimore. 
29 Ladles and gentlemen, the candidatosl 

APRIL 

1 Ecnad rennld rioht ta seslrprus gnirps solihP ehl. 

3 Stoul Gleemen -present concert. 

4 P.A.'s lake advantage of the Easter spending spirit. 

5 Roses lo the Y.M.C.A. for today's assembly. 

6 Many faculty and students entertained at Philo tea. 

7 Al! quiet on the campus. New fire escape at tho Hall. Interested?? 
1 1 Back to the grind until June. 

Famous faculty sayings, number two: "The Constitution is so simple thai 
a child of nine can understand il." 

15 S.M.A. Society's dinner dance sels a new high In fun. 

19 II was not a Punch and Judy Show exactly, but Russian marionettes hold 

the assembly stage today. 

21 P.A.'s and their escorts dine and dance at their annual party. 

22 Di3socted by Drs. Chrtstenson. Thompson. Nye. and Hol3tad (resident 

Annex physicians) ono mouse. 

25 Wo remember the day when Mr. Baker asked Pat North why she was so 
quiet and Pat relumed unhappily. "I ate my own custard this morning." 

28 The W.A.A. walor carnival makes Stout comploiely water-conscious. 

29 Homo Economics Club rally at Stout. 



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MAY 

1 W.A.A. celebrates May Day at a banquet. 

3 Faculty sayings, number three: "The babes know it." 

6 Hyperions close the dinner dance season with a grand last fling. 

7 Keith. Trezona, Lockerby ihink new social room ai the Annox is swell. 
9 Heard somewhere, "It's Huntley being Frank again." 

12 The apex of tho year's social events — the Junior Prom! 

20 One sldo of the Dawley-Price feud: "The village of St. Paul is, I under* 

stand, somewhere near Minneapolis." 
24 Honors to tho college stars: Recognition Day. 

26 Another sldo of the Dawley-Price foud: "St. Paul Is. now, I will have you 

know, as pure as tho driven snow." 

27 The last S.S.A. danco of the school year. 

28 Sonlor breakfast and baccalaureate address begin the graduation ob- 

servances. 

JUNE 

1 Graduation play a great success. 

2 Graduates clutch their hard-earned sheepskins. 



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Aarneis. Oscar. 46 

Abor, Georgia. 11. 59.70 

Amger. Eih*l. 41. 81 

Allen.. Edna, 18 

AH. George. 28. 61. 63. 68. 86 

Amundsen. Lorraine. A? 

AnderhoL-n. Florence 40. 70 

Anderson. Duane, 49. 75 

Anderson. Emma M- 18 

Anderson. Wilfred R 28 

Antrim. Koiurah. II. 62. 70. 81 

Antrim. R. Bruce. 16 

Arndi. Roben, 56. 82 

Amquist Betty. 40. 60. 62. 70. 74 

Atkinson. M. Merle. 51. 62. 74. 81 

Bacanann. Freda M. 12 

Bailer, Pa"'- 28- 63. 69. 86 

Baker. Alice. 45. 51. 81 

3aker. William R. 12. 58. 61. 74, 75 

Sail; en. Grant, 41 

Barbo. Ingraar. 27. 63. 69. 85. 66, 88 

Bard. Manorte. 28, 59. 77. 82 

Bamcske. Charles. 28. 68. 82 

Barr. Geraldine, 39. 71. 81 

Bartelt. Arland. 28, 61. 69. 76, 80. 82 

Bassler. Gerald F.. 18. 63, 68, 82. 83 

Baxter. Lillian. 28. 60. 72. 77, 80 

Beckor. Charlotte. 55. 81 

Becker. Eleanor. 28 

Beckor. Marian. 48. 62, 77 

Seeker. Minnie, IS 

Beckman. Earl C. 18. 63. 82. 86 

Becralt. Ernest. 47, 61 

Beddow. Jane, 49, 62. 81 

Behrens. Eileen. 45 

Benedict. Marlaro 47. 76. 81 

Bennett. Louise, 18. 73 

Bensman. Ureal 61, 68. 78. 82 

Benson. Elisabeth. 28. 62 

Berendsen, Christine, 46, 81 

Berg. Roll. 29. 69. 76 

Bergen. Marie 45. 81 

Bergman. Dorolhy Z. 18 

Bitner. Waldron. 44. 82 

Blair. Frederick. 18. 58. 64, 65 

B3air. Mary. 29, 59. 60. 72 

Blakeloy. Everett. 49 

Blank. Marda. 18 

Bluu. Maurice. 49, 71 

Block. Betty, 29. 73 

Btom. Dr. Julius. 16 

3oaaa:d. Clement. 29. 68. 82 

3oidue. Everett. 29. 63. 82. 86 

Belle. Earl, 40. 78 

Bollum. Marcelle. 50. 81 

Bonccd. Rinaldo. 12 

Boner. Charles. 51.86 

Bourgeois. Daine. 18. 71 

Bow. Vi»ian. 29. 62. 74 

Bcusley. Dorothy. 81 

Bowers. Virginia. 50, 61. 62 

Bowman. Clyde A.. 11. 53 

Bradley. Mary Ellen. 50 

Broltzman. lames. 29. 58. 65 78 

Brekke. Palmer O. 18 

Breuler. James, 41, 65. 78 

Brewin, Kathorine S., 29 



Brokken, Marjorie, SO. 81 

Brophy, John M., 12. 58. 61 

Brown. Arthur G. 12. 58 

Brown, Clara. 47 

Brown. Dean, 18. 69. 80. 83 

Brown. Paul. 18. 69. 80. 83 

Brunner. Burdine. 44. 62 

Bublitr. Violet. 47 

Buchanan, Louise, 12 

Bunge. Wilma. 29, 37. 63. 77 

Burwitz. Betty, 54 

Suss. Howard. 49 

Callahan. Gertrude L. 12, 75 

Cameron. Alan. 49 

Canlield, Tom, 43 

Carlson. Helen A.. 49. 62. 77 

Carlson Mabel. 29 

Carlson. Norman. 50. 82 

Carroll. Virginia. 29. 70 

Carson. Lillian. 12 

Chamberlin. George. 19 

Chenowoth. E. Jane. 29. 59, 70 

Chenoweth. Ruth. 54. 81 

Chnstensen, LaVem. 51. 81 

Chrisiensen. William C. 19. 58. 64. 68 

Chrtstkmson. Glen. 50, 82 

Chrutisen. Ellen. 48 

Chiistman, Raymond. 44, 76. 80. 82 

Clark. Lawrence A.. 49. 76 

Clark. Marine. 19, 73 

Clausen. Elmer. 19. 57. 58, 61. 68. 82 

Clement. Audrey. 44 

Clement»on. O. Gerald. 43 

Coe, Betty. 49, 62. 77. 78. 81 

Colbrosc. Nick, 39 

Conler. Howard F„ 29. 86 

Center. Lloyd. 47. 86 

Cooke, Harold R. 12. 76. 78 

Cotton. Arabella. 43 

Crego. Beverly. 41 

Crosby, Lyle. 50 

Cruise. M. Winnona. 12, 59. 60 

Curran. Elaine. 54, 77. 88 

Curran. Fred. 12. 58 

Curry. Conrad. 50 

Curtis. Robert. 86 

Daehn. Wallace. 47. 82 

Daher. Howard, 19. 63 

Danheld. George. 51. 65, 82 

Davis, Stanton, 47, 82 

Dawley. J. Murdoch. 12. 65, 68 

Dawson. Helen, 19, 70, 74 

DeBoer. Phyllis. 19. 59 

DeChiara. Tony. 53, 63. 86 

Docker. Lawrence. 69 

DoGrand, Ralph. 42. 60, 82 

Dotloli. Jeanne. 50. 81 

Dillon. Geraldine, 51. 62. 77, 81 

Dillon. Harriet. 39. 71. 81 

Dockar. Margaret. 39. 60. 72. 78. 80 

Doorfler Elizabeth. 29 

Domke. Cecilia. 29. 57. 72. 76 

Dams. R Keith. 82 

Dorr. Betty Lou. 42 

Dorr, Jean, SO. 74. 81 

Dorsch. Adrian. SO. 82 

Dotsoth, Joseph. 47. 86 



Douglass. Robert. 43. 62 

Dow, Mrs. Grace M„ 16. 81 

Dresden, William T.. 39 

Dreyer. Carol P.. 30, 59, 60. 71 

Druloy, Helen, 13 

Ecke, lane. 38. 60, 71. 80 

Edwards. J. Darrell, 51 

Edwards, Harry A.. 50 

Ellingson Joyce. 30 

Elvgrcn. Donna. 51. 81 

Emborson. Eulilla. 47. 77, 81 

Engel. Bert, 58. 82 

Engoldinger, Margaret. 19 

Enli. Irwin. 19. 68. 78 

Erlandson, Ruth, 41. 62. 74. 81 

Erponbach. Jorome, 27. 58. 69 

Ervin. Barbara. 45. 62. 81 

Fahling. Owin. 19, 58. 69. 82 

Fabling. Ruth. 19. 57. 70 

Foiler. Vernon. 45. 82 

Feirer. Elizabeth, 77 

Finney. Charles, 39 

Finney. John. 30 

Finvold, Rodgor. 53 

Folk. Rose. 71 

Formoe. Robert. 38, 63, 86 

Forster. LaVem. 40 

Fosdal. Karen. 19, 60, 70 

Froggatt. Lillian M.. 13 

Fryklund, Robert. 58 

Fulton, Dorolhy, 77, 81 

Funk. B. M . 16 

Gardiner, Charles, 45, 82 

Garnott. Erol. 46 

Gassen, Carl S.. 45. 82. 86 

Gibson. Ella. 47. 74. 75 

Gibson. Ellon. 72. 74. 75 

Gibson. Margaret, 20, 37. 59. 70, 77 

Goehring, Oliver W, 50 

Goores, Ruth, 30, 73, 74. 76 

Good. Harry F. 13. 58. 63 

Goodman. Betty. 52. 76. 81 

Goodrich, Mrs. Marian, 16 

Goodwin. Ralph, 20 

Goto, Hiroshi. 82 

Govin. Marguerite. 30, 76. 83 

Graper. Eryle, 43, 82 

Grooley, Thomas, 47 

Green. Daniel. 13 

Green. Grada. 30. 73, 80 

Green berg, Robert, 62 

Gregg, Lois Jean, 51. 62, 81 

Gulickson. Maxtne, 81 

GulHckson. Marian, 37, 39, 71, 81 

Gunderson, Margarot. 20 

Guy, Phyllis. 55, 81 

Haaya, Thotma. 20. 71 

Haberroan, Roger A„ 30. 82, 86 

Hagen. Stanley, 20 

Haf#, Doris M„ 13 

Hatvorson. Eugene. 45 

Hamerly. Louis. 78 

Hamilton. Marshall, 47. 66 

Hammond. Jack, 46, 50 

Hansen. Donald. 30. 58, 63, 76 

Hansen, H. M.. 13 

Hansen, Helon, 45 



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Hanson. William C. 20. M, 63, 86 

Hanson. Genovieve. 20 

Harck Elvira. 55. 81 

Harmon. Lloyd, 55. 86 

Hartung. Frances. 20, 60. 83 

Hasse. Evoroit. 42, 44 

Hassemor. Robert. 45 

Haugsby. Arlaino. 46 

Hawkinson. Gerald. 31, 69, 78 

Hawonh. Mervin. 31. 65 

Hock, Holon. 52. 81 

Heisor, Jane. 31 

Holblng. Marian, 47. 81 

Hondorson, Marian. 40. 62. 77, 81 

Herald. Duano. 39, 65, 82 

Herrmann Nollie. 55. 81 

Hcssolman. lack, 54 

Ho user, Ellen, 38. 77 

Hew. Richard, 54, 65, 82 

Hickcox, Virginia, 43. 62. 70 

Higa. Kenichi. 49 

Hill, Holon, 31, 77 

Hill. lean, 31 

Hinc*. Edith, 45. 81 

Hlnkel, Leveroll. 39, 54, 63, 82, 86 

Hintermeyer, Louis 78 

Hlntzman. Donald J., 40, 63 86 

Hlntzman. William, 31 

Hoard, Nilla. 48. 81 

Hollister. Bay. 31. 69. 80, 82 

Horrnan, John. 40 

House, Frederick, 86 

Houston, Mrs. Alice S. f 13 59 

Howard. Claude, 31, 63. 86 

Howe Claude. 55 

Hub, John. 37, 65, 75 

JJunlley, Frank L. 13 

Ivorson, Everett, 46 

Iverson. Irene. 48 

Ivoi, Mary. 59 

Ives. Almon B., 13, 69. 60 

Jacobson. C„ 86 

lackland. Elsie. 47. 74 
lackson, Mariorte. 31. 41, 72, 7$ 
Jackson, Phyllis, 73 
Jaeger. Lorn, 61 
Ions. Grace, 20. 73 
lonson, Raymond, 46 
Jesse). Morton. 31. 63. 86 
Jeter. Lillian, 13. 73 
Jowotl. Roger. 38. 39, 76, 78. 82 
Joas. George W., 55. 82 
Johnson, Clarence. 54, 82 
Johnson. Clyde, 51. 86 
Johnson. Dorothy. 13 
Johnson, fane! M.. 31, 73 
Johnson, Orris. 31. 64, 69 
Johnson, Oliver. 20 
Johnson, Ray C, 13, 63. 68. 86 
Johnson, Robert James, 41 
Johnson. Wallace. 20. 63, 65 
Jones. Gwendolyn, 31. 38. 71 
Jones, Madolyn. 55. 76 
Joos. Zella, 31.77 
Josophson. Violet, 31. 62 
Joshua. Ludle, 20, 70 
Kahabka. Bernelta, 32 
Kasmark. Lois, 43, 60, 71, 76, 81 
Katekaru. Ray, 32. 39 65 
Koes, Donald, 21 
Kees, Harold, 21 



Keith. Floyd L. 14 

Keith. Robert H., 44, 69, 76. 86 

Kolloy. Marda. 55. 77 

Kennedy, June. 48 

Kingsley. Lynn. 51 

Kinney. Edwin. 36, 38 

Kirk. Catherine. 21. 59, 71 

Kirk. LouUe. 32. 59, 60, 62. 7| 

Klatt. Jane. 47, 74. 77 

Khngelholer. Ariel. 50. 81 

Knight. Margaret. 41,38. 77, 8) . 

Knopps, Charles. 46 

Koehler, Florence, 49, 62 

Koplar. Mark, S3. 82 

Kos*. Edna. 38, 62. 70. 81 

Krall. Harold. 21. 76 

Kraniusch. Ray F., 14, 64 

Krause. Clarence R.. 21 

Krause. Kathryn. 21, 7Q 

Kreul. Mary. 37 

Kriz. Edward. 21. 58, 61. 82 

Krueger. Alice R, 32. 62 

Kuenrl. Mary Jane. 32. 62, 81 

Kvitle. Harold. 53, 76. 82. 86 

Laatsch. Ruth. 21. 59. 71 

Lackner. Mary Ann, 32, 77 

Lane. Lyman. 53 

Larson. Ardln, 21 

Larson. Chloe. 21. 72 

Larson. Herbert. 55 

Larti. Theodore. 58 

Latshaw, Doris A., 51 

Latshaw, Lois M . 54 

Leedom. Mabol H. 14 

Lemke. Darrel, 32. 82 

Lemke. Mary. 51 

Lewis. Stanford. 53 

Leyhe. Edward. 38, 65, 74. 80, 82 

Lion. Arnold. 53. 74 

Lockorby, Jay, 44. 82 

Loot. Raymond J„ 43. 63. 66 

Long, Inez, 49 

Luck. Ernest. 46, 52, 82 

Luebke. Viola C. 32. 71, 82 

Luey, Oliver C. 21. 62 

Lund wall, Russell. 54 

Luoma. Paul. 32 

MacGregor, Donald. 32. 61, 76 

McCahnont. Mary M.. 14 

McClung. Harold. 21. 76 

McDonald. Ben, 22 

McEssoy. Robert. 39. 74. 82 

McGilvray. lim. 33. 65. 82 

McGuinness. Mary Helen. 22 73 

McLeod. Robert, 22. 65 

McMahon, lone. 44. 73 

McMahon. Marjorle. 45 

Mackay. Robert. 39. 52. 63. 82. 86 

Maldl. Robert, 39. 63 

Malison, Duane. 55. 82 

Martin. Robert, 61. 69, 74. 76. 82 

Mase, Charles. 42 

Mali. Dora. 17. 80 

Maurer, Joan, 55. 81 

Modllie, Janet. 50 

Medilie. Marlys. 22. 73. 76 

Mehlborg. Robert. 52. 82 

Merriman, Rex. 43. 63, 86 

Meoitel, Earl. 48. 82 

Michaels. D. Kathleen. 62. 81 

Michaels. Ruth E_ II, 59 



Michaels. Sylvia. 33 

Michelbook. Lawrence, 33 

Mliinovtch, Nick, 22, 63 

Miller. Charles. 43 

Miller. Donald. 22, 63. 66 

Miller. Jeanne. 22, 73, 74 

Milier. Loyd. 33 

Miller. Robert, 53. 86 

Milnes. Betty, 33. 72. 76. 80 

Mitzner. Henry. 33 

Mizuha. Bert. 22 

Mae, Clifford L 42. 63. 68. 86 

Moldenhouer. Eilert, 63 

Moon. Keith. SO. 53. 78 

Mooney. John. 48 

Moore, Virginia, 73 

Morgan. Jean. 22 59. 72 

Morris. Eleanore. 33. 60. 71. 76 77 

Morrison. Earl. 41, 48, 63. 86 

Morrison. Rowland. 22, 69. 78 

Mueller Albert. 22, 82 

Murphy. Pat. 63. 36 

Myron. M. Lucille. 74. 76 

Moulin. Jean. 33. 50. 62. 75. 76. 80 

Nel. Virginia. 50. 75. 77. 81 

Nelson, Burton A.. 58 

Kelson, Blake. 48. B2 

Nelson. Doris. 41, 62, 77. 81 

Nelson. Paul C. 14. 58 

Nelson. Philip, 39 

Kerbun, Robert. 39. 74, 76. 82 

Hesaer. Phyllis. 55. 76 

Nichols. Betty. 38. B0. 62, 70, 74. 81 

Nichols, Margaret. 22. 70. 77 

Nobiensky. Gcmett. 23. 63. 64. 68 

Nogle, Rebecca. 33, 73 

Noraan. Rose Marie, 38. 71, 80. 81 

North. Patnda, 33. 41. 74. 76 

Norton. Agatha. 23. 59. 71. 75. 76 

Nye. Geraldine. 49, 81 

O'Brien. Gertrude M. 14 

O'Connell, Tom. 37. 68, 62 

O'Connor. Eddie. 86 

Odegard. Leo. 23 

Odoll. William. 23. 58. 63. 66 

Ogata. Yoshiharo. 40, 64 

Olsen. Harlyn. 33, 82 

Olsen. Inez, 23 

Olson. LaRoy. 40. 62 

Olson. Robert. 23, 62 

Olstad. Lyle. 49. 76 

O Mrcra. Isabel. 33. 74 

Omsted Myrtle. 42 

Oosterhous, Dorothy. 23. 59 

Orlady. lean. 33. 73 

Orvold. Chester. 23. 68 

Otteson Arthur. 33. 63. 68. 86 

Ottowa. Charles H. 82 

Owen. Vera 33. 74 

Owens. Delmar. 23. 59. 63 

Owens. Lloyd. 41 

Pacolt. Marie. 40 

Pady. Ruth. 50. 62, 81 

Pagel, Paul. 34. 63, 69. 80, 86 

Parker, Marian. 34. 37 

Pauly. Fred. 48 

Pederson. Kenneth 23. 58. 64. 65. 69 

Persson. Frank. 43 

Peterrnan. James F., 55. 63, 64. 69. 75. 

SO. 82 
Peters, Mary Faith, 55, 81 



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Petersen. Audrey, 23. 60. 74 

Petersen. Marian. 23. 59. 72 

Peterson. Beverly. 46, 77. 81 

Peterson. Evelyn, 55 

Petryk. Henry. 52. 82 

Pierce. Florence, 14, 80 

Pittman Raymond. 46, 86 

Poohling. Gertrude. 51. 81 

Pollock. Adrian, 24. 61. 69, 80 

Pool, Wayne. 17, 64, 69 

Post. Deloris. 81 

Pribnow. Belly. 24 

Pribnow, Helen, 24. 62 

Price, Larmor. 16 

Price, Merle M.. II. 58, 63 

Price. Phyllis. 50. 81 

Pride. Mary, 81 

Quilling. Body. 34. 73. 74. 78 

Quilling. Henriette L. 14, 59. 70 

Quilling, Mary Bowe. 24. 73, 76 

Rachick. John, 46, 82 

Radlke. William. 39. 82 

Rasmussen, Elizabeth. 55. 81 

Ralhlssborger. Howard. 39, 64. 80, 82 

Ray. Virginia. 34. 72. 76 

Ray, |. Edgar. 14, 58 

Reardort. F Eileen, 52. 74 

Redgren. William. 34. 86 

Reese. Shirley 34. 73 

Roppo. Mona, 46. 62, 75, 81 

Reynolds, Lester. 24. 59, 63. 64 

Richardson. Hortense. 34, 71 

Rich. C. U 14 

Richler. lohn. 42. 63. 82, 86 

Rilling. Charlotte. 44. 62, 77 

Risberg. Mario. 47, 81 

Bitter. Robert, 24. 58. 64, 68 

Roach. Charlotte. 34. 72. 76 

Roang, John 24, 58. 61. 68 

Robertson. Richard, 46, 82 

Rockman, lane. 81 

Rockwell. Willis. 24, 58. 64. 80, 82, 83 

Roehr. Walter L 16 

Roen Howard, 43. 76 

Rootho. Catherine. 24, 71. 80. 84. 85 

Roethe. Charlotte. 38, 60. 71. 76. 81 

Rogers Helen. 44. 71. 77, 81 

Rogorn Mabel C 14. 71 

Rognli. Gcna, 46 

Roland. Robert, 59 

Rosenberg. David. 46. 86 

Rude, Thelma. 46 

Rudesill. Mary Ellen. 45. 62. 81 

Rudow. Ann. 52, 74. 77 

Ruodebusch. John. 40. 75. 82 

Ruehl. Philip. 44, 64. 65, 69. 82 

Ruooink, Marjory. 45, 47. 77, 81 

Rumsey. Robert. 24, 60. 68. 78 

Running. Norman. 34. 63. 76 

Ryan, Josephine, 38, 62 

Rydberg. Doris, 38. 72 

Santee. Margaret E.. 16 

Scapple. Francis. 42 

School. William. 38. 82 

Schorr. Charles. 46 

Schaude, Lawrence. 24. 58. 64. 68 

Schlough. Wesley. 54, 86 

Schmidt. Louis, 45. 48. 82 

Schrein. Lois. 24. 60, 76 

Schultz, Dorothy. 25. 60. 70 

Schullr. Marian. 42. 77, 81 



Schuman, Margaret, 61 

Schuts. Marvin. 46 

Schwartz. Paul. 63 

Scofield. Earl. 52. 66 

Scothorn. Dorothy. 34, 37. 81 

Scott, Joyce. 35, 77 

Scoville, Sydney. 25. 57. 58. 68. 72 

Sodivy. Helen, 25, 59, 62 

Segeatrom, Eleanor. 70 

Seitz. Karl, 68. 80. 82 

Sell. George. 35, 82 

Sell. Lorraine. 25. 62, 73 

Selves, Neva. 48, 77. 81 

Severson. Ernest 44. 86 

Soylorth. Jane. 55. 62 81 

Shaler Boyd C. 15. 69 

Sharp. Raymond. 55 

Shearer, Majesta, 35, 72. 75. 78. 80 

Sibley. Lela 35. 62 

Sinz, Geraldine, 56 

Sister Mary Mark. 43 

Sister Mary Vllerbia. 25 

Sislor Mary Doris, 25 

Skinner, Muriel, 48. 77 

Slamen. leannetle, 25. 76, 77. 80 

Smith. Betty, 35. 38. 60. 62. 70 

Smith. Dan, 35 

Smith. Helen. 25. 62, 70 

Smith. Laban C. 15 

Smith, Myrtle, 72. 80 

Snoll. Carol. 35. 72 76 80 

Snoyenboo, Amy. 56. 81 

Snoyenbos, Jean 17, 60. 70. 80 

Sorensen. Stanley, 25 

Souzek. Alice, 55 

Spinola, Cornelius. 74. 76 82 

Spreiter. Audrey. 45, 56. 74. 77 

Sproitor. Sherwood. 17. 63, 80 

Springer. Grace. 48. 76 

Springer, Shirley, 53 

Stanlel. Edward 52 63. 82. 86 

Stangl. Joseph. 35, 64 

Starck. Freddie. 25 

Starel, John. 56. 82 

Stark. Gertrude. 55. 81 

Starkweather. Dorothy A., 15 

Steber. Charles. 82 

Stefl. Fern. 53, 76 

Springer. Joe. 76 

Steinburg. Margaret. 27 73. 76 

Stenerson, Dolores. 53. 81 

Stephens. Wayne. 82. 86 

Stevens. Ellon. 51. 62. 81 

Stollo. Leonard. 35. 61. 74 

Stall. Philip, 56 

Stori. Carl. 54 

Stover. Doris. 35. 73 

Strahm, Lois. 39. 62. 81 

Strand, Myrtle, 16 

Stubbs, Charles, 54, 62 

Stukey, Carl. 25. 65, 80 

Styer, Annabelle. 56 

Swanson, Gyla. 35. 76 

Swanson. Jeanne. 42. 81 

Swanson. Lorraine. 25 

Sweeting, Margaret, 78 

Tail. Donald, 49 

Tanner. Edward. 45. 52, 75. 78, 82 

Taylor. Helen. 60. 70 

Tetzlafl Vivian, 48, 81 



Thompson, Irene. 53. 74. 81 

Thompson, Ruth, 35 

Thompson. Walno. 54. 65 82 

Tiffany. Janet. 77 

Tor.dryk. Joseph, 35. 61. 69. 75 

Treweek. Margaret, 26. 59, 62 

Trezona, Richard. 37, 64. 68. 76. 82 

Trullinger, Gladys. 15, 58 

Tucker. Vernice, 53, 62 81 

Tulip. Harold. 54 

Turner. Lilborn. 56 

Turner. Marian 26. 70 

Turner. Marjory. 35. 73 

Tustiaon. F E„ 15 

Tultle. Doris, 26. 59 62. 74 

Tylee. Robert. 39 

Vaalor. Dorothy. 35. 72 

Valaske. Kenneth, 54 

VandeBorg. Lloyd. 49, 82 

Van Ness. Hazel. 15. 72 

Vasey. Winston. 52 

Vogtsberger. Gerald, 49 

Voss, William. 26 

Wagner, Phyllis, 56 

Walker. Virginia. 36, 76, 80 

Waller, Lucille. 36. 71 

Walteni Marie IS 

Walters. Lorraine. 42. 77 

Walsh. Lelitia. 15. 59. 60 

Watson. Elizabeth. 26. 77. 83 

Watson, Margarel, 26. 59. 62. 71. 74 

Webb. Marion. 46 

Weber. Margaret. 26 

Webert. Irwin, 36 

Wedekind. Norman, 42, 65. 80. 82 

Wohrwein. Harlan. 82. 86 

Weigler, Martha. 25 

Weittenhiller. Ann. 26 

Welch, Mary, 56. 76 

Welch. Robert L, 15. 58 

Wells. Betty, SO. 77, 81 

Wentlandl. Bonnie. 52, 74. 76 

Wereloy. Eugene. 56. 82 

Wernlund, Esthor, 39. 72. 76 

Wessman. Kei)o. 26 

White, Russell, 45. 86 

White. Ruth. 41 

Whitmore. Floy, 51, 62, 77, 81 

Whydotski. Lloyd. 40, 61, 82 

Widvey. Sybil. 47 

Wieland, ArdeU. 45 

Wierman. Robert. 36. 68 

Wigen, Ray A., 15. 58 

Wild Virginia, 36, 72. 78, 80. 83 

Will. Robert. 36 

Willems. Helen. 43, 62, 81 

Wilson, David. 74 

Wilson. June, 53, 54, 77 

Winston. Agnes. 16 

Winlorllng. Frank. 36. 43 

Wintering, Jano. 48 

WUchan, Carl. 42. 76 82 

Woinowsky. Regina, 48 

Wold. Erbe, 56 

Wolt. Genevieve. 48 

Wolff Erwin. 52 

Worman. Darby. 63. 69. 86 

Wunrow. Carol. 38. 62. 71, 61 

Young. Lulu. 36 

Zaslrow. Violet. 38 

Zollinger. Lorena, 36 



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